PrincetonOne Expands Philadelphia Office

February 3, 2016 – Executive search firm PrincetonOne has expanded with the addition of Jim Parker to its Philadelphia office as managing director. In his current role with PrincetonOne, he will continue to develop and implement tailored solutions for clients’ hiring needs.

Mr. Parker was a co-founder and a managing partner at executive search firm Armstrong Franklin where he led the global general management and integrated supply chain practices. He has experience in building high performance teams across a broad range of industry sectors. Prior to his work with in the search industry, he held a number of general manager, vice president and COO/CEO positions across a variety of businesses, including General Electric and ITT.

“I am thrilled to be working side by side with Jim Parker again,” said Ed Mamrak, managing partner of PrincetonOne. “He brings a wealth of knowledge in retained search best practices and has built a trusted adviser relationship with some of the top executive talent in the industries he serves. Jim will be a key addition to PrincetonOne.”

“I am grateful to be working with this team of trusted colleagues and look forward to continuing my business relationships under the PrincetonOne platform,” said Mr. Parker.

Headquartered in Skillman, NJ, PrincetonOne provides recruiting services across all functional areas. With more than 20 years of experience in the recruitment industry, Dave Campeas serves as president and chief executive officer of the firm. He founded the company, initially called Princeton Search Group, in 2002.

Philadelphia is home to major industry sectors, including manufacturing, oil refining, food processing, healthcare, biotechnology, tourism, and financial services. The city is home to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange and some of the area’s largest companies, including cable television and internet provider Comcast; insurance companies Colonial Penn, CIGNA, and Independence Blue Cross; energy company Sunoco; food services company Aramark and Crown; chemical makers Rohm and Haas and FMC; pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline; Boeing Rotorcraft Systems; and automotive parts retailer Pep Boys.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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